Monthly Archives: January 2022

Online Payday Loans Market Expected to Generate Explosive Revenues by 2026

Global Online Payday Loans Market Report – Professional Analysis of Production and Consumption (Impact of COVID-19) is the latest research study published by Market Intellix assessing the market, highlighting opportunities, risk analysis and supporting strategic and tactical decision making. The influencing factors of growth and regulations regarding the use of …

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Shane Black’s 9 Highest-Grossing Movies, According To Box Office Mojo

Just as mentioned in the opening credits of dead Pool, screenwriters are the true heroes of cinema. But they rarely get the recognition they deserve, as all the praise usually goes to the director. However, in the late ’80s, that briefly changed, as writer Shane Black had almost rock star …

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12 Filipino movies to watch in 2022

The columnist (center) with Jun Robles Lana (right) — director of ‘Amoral’ and ‘About Us But Not About Us’ — and director Percy Intalan. Filipino cinema is alive and well – take a look at some of the films slated for release this year. Despite being in the midst of …

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An MCU Icon Was Just Killed In Cold Blood, Changing Everything

WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Devil’s Reign #3, available now from Marvel. Wilson Fisk’s open war against superheroes in New York sent most of those same heroes underground. Luckily, they still managed to find ways to fight back, with Luke Cage and Jessica Jones even battling Fisk on …

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Netflix’s first Arabic film tackles taboos and sparks controversy

A Lebanese father tells his teenage daughter that she is free to choose whether or not to have sex with her boyfriend despite his reservations. An Egyptian woman discreetly removes her lacy black underwear from under her clothes before going out to dinner, and it’s not her husband she’s trying …

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Air Bud’s Background Gag Features A ‘Hateful’ Islamophobia Track That Went Unnoticed For 25 Years

A 1997 Disney film about a dog playing basketball has come under fire online for a hidden gag that viewers recognize as Islamophobic 25 years later. The discovery dates back to 2017, according to Mel Magazine, when former college roommates Lee Metzger and Josh Cranmer decided to revisit the film, …

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Why banks are eliminating overdraft fees | Personal finance

“Overdraft fees are deeply unpopular with consumers, and consumers now have more choice,” says Leigh Phillips, CEO of fintech nonprofit SaverLife and chairman of the Consumer Advisory Board of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. “Previously, they only had mainstream options like banks and credit unions or fringe services like payday …

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Asian Film Festivals in 2022 – The Reel Bits

The past two years have made us think about what the future of film festivals could be. After all, global festivals have evolved so much over the past few years that they might need to take a Dramamine for motion sickness. Yet cinema always finds a way. As we look …

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Exclusive news on the hottest rising star actor Tarek al Halabi and on coffee and cigarettes with Tony Todd

Tarek al Halabi is a professional and multidimensional actor, singer and model. Born in Miami, Florida, Tarek now resides in Austin, Texas. Growing up, Tarek traveled and resided in 5 different countries (Dubai, USA, UK, Syria and Venezuela). Tarek is known for his striking looks and talent. He is inspired …

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Equifax: Head of the Equifax Foundation talks about financial inclusion with Authority Magazin…

At the heart of Equifax’s goal is to help people live their best financial lives. That’s why we’re constantly innovating our solutions to promote greater financial inclusion and empower consumers to take charge of their financial situation. Recently, our very own David Stiffler, Chairman of the Equifax Foundation and our …

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Netflix, Tribeca Studios and Gold House Unveil Three API Directors for First-Ever Future Gold Film Fellowship

Netflix, Tribeca Studios and Gold House have teamed up to launch the first promotion of the Future Gold Film Fellowship, featuring directors Lloyd Lee Choi, Erin Lau and Derek Nguyen. The Gold Film Fellowship was designed with Asian and Pacific Islander (API) filmmakers in mind and will give all three …

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Ranking Every Taika Waititi Movie, Hollywood’s Sexiest Female Director Today

Taika Waititi is a name that has had a lot of success in the industry in recent years. Due to massive hits like the MCU blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok and Oscar winner JoJo Rabbit, he has become a force to be reckoned with in mainstream Hollywood. However, before all that hype, …

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The 2022 Sundance Film Festival fills the bill

printable versionEmail the page to a friendPDF version CHICAGO – The 2022 Sundance Film Festival heads into day seven and features online events as well as films (see below). Like last year, the festival is virtual/online, meaning anyone/anywhere with a ticket or pass (link) can indulge in film offerings and …

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The best things to do in Dallas this weekend – Lunar New Year celebrations, Galentine pop-ups and film festivals

From Lunar New Year celebrations to Galentine’s Day pop-ups, these are the best things to do in Dallas this weekend. Vietnamese Ngon Cuisine celebrates the Lunar New Year with a 3-day festival. (Photo by Thanin Viriyaki) Celebrate the Lunar New Year The second weekend of 15th Annual Asia Time Square …

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Adam Kersh and Chris Evans launch Fusion Management

Chris Evans and Adam Kersh have launched Fusion Management, an artist-focused management company that will focus on actors, filmmakers and creators. Their initial management roster includes a number of notable clients with a particular focus on freelance multi-hyphenates and authors. The list includes Sean Baker, who won accolades for “Red …

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Twitter’s experimental “Flock” feature will let you share tweets with your closest friends

Twitter is still working on a feature that will give you a way to broadcast tweets that can only be seen by friends you choose. Last July, the social network revealed that it’s considering letting you nominate “trusted friends” so that certain tweets are only visible to them. Now developer …

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VFX Supervisor Interview: ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’

“We always want to be the best, strive to push everything as far as possible”, visual effects supervisor Sean Walker proudly says of its team of artisans who have been at the forefront of visual effects for nearly three decades. “Weta Digital is very unique in that we are a …

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Using payday loans during the COVID-19 pandemic

On a day-to-day basis, paying bills can be a real challenge for most individuals and households. Unfortunately, with the COVID-19 pandemic, the financial situation has worsened, highlighting the need for most people to obtain emergency cash. Payday loans give you access to short-term funds, but usually at a higher interest …

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Interview: Darbuka Siva on first love, the power of cinema and Gautam Menon

Tamil director Darbuka Siva, whose film ‘Mudhal Nee Mudhavam Nee’ started airing on Zee5 this weekend, in freewheeling conversation with The Federal A scene from the Tamil movie ‘Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee’, a refreshing take on first love landed on Zee5 this weekend We all have our stories about school, …

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‘Thought Hope Frozen’ had gone as far as it could: Pailin Wedel

The Emmy-winning film, now streaming on Netflix, proves that life, death, science and religion are not mutually exclusive After creating waves at over 20 festivals around the world and winning a plethora of awards, the Thai film, frozen hopen, won none other than Best Emmy Award recently. It is also …

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Why Good Sam’s Griff Looks So Familiar

In 2014, Jason Isaacs joined the cast of the “Rosemary’s Baby” miniseries, a modern adaptation of the novel of the same name, which had previously served as the basis for the classic 1968 horror film of the same name. He took on the role of Roman Castavet, a darkly charming …

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“Meeting place for moviegoers”: the Electric cinema in Birmingham reopens | birmingham

In the 112 years since its inception, the Electric Cinema in Birmingham has gone down in cinematic history. When it opened in 1909, it showed silent films with piano accompaniment, newsreels and cartoons in the 1930s, adult films in the 1960s, and blockbusters in the 1980s. But the Covid pandemic …

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DP Sviatoslav Bulakovskyi on Klondike |

Oxana Cherkashyna in Klondike In July 2014, during the Donbass War, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over the Donetsk region of Ukraine, a pair of expectant parents living in the disputed Donetsk region of Ukraine by pro-Russian rebels . This is the backdrop for Maryna Er Gorbach Klondike, …

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Meatloaf, ‘Bat Out of Hell’ rock star, dead at 74 – National

Meat Loaf, the heavyweight rock superstar loved by millions for his ‘Bat Out of Hell’ album and for dark, theatrical anthems like ‘Paradise By the Dashboard Light’, ‘Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad’ and “I’d do anything for love (but I won’t)”, died. He was 74. Marvin-born singer Lee Aday …

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Ethics watchdog releases report on payday loan industry lobbying

It’s become a cycle of desperation for low-income residents with bad credit scores: They take out a high-interest installment loan to get by in tough times and soon rack up an unmanageable burden. They pay off old debts with new loans at rates up to 175%. For years, state legislators …

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Last Minute Weekend Ideas in the DC Area 1/20-1/23

A “Roomie-bot”. Photo courtesy of Arts and Industries Building. Have a nice week end Hello neighbor, A scoop for you! The National Geographic Museum has just announced that it reopen in February with two exhibitions: “Once Upon a Climb: Stories From Everest” and “The Greatest Wildlife Photographs”. The museum offers …

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Sundance Q&A: ‘Mars One’ Director Gabriel Martins Explains Why Brazilian Independent Filmmakers Are ‘Looking Into A Blank Space’ | Characteristics

Brazilian filmmaker Gabriel Martins makes his solo directorial debut at the Sundance World Cinema Dramatic Competition Entrance march one,. The film follows a lower-middle-class black family living on the outskirts of Belo Horizonte as they reconcile their dreams with the recent election of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro in late 2018. …

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Angela Lansbury’s best movie and TV roles

Anyone who grew up with Lansbury as the warm granny of “Beauty and the Beast” or “Murder, She Wrote” will be shocked at how good she could star in something like “The Manchurian Candidate.” She’s positively scary as Eleanor Shaw Iselin, the wife of a cold-blooded senator who will stop …

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Free government COVID-19 tests now available to order for delivery

JThe government website where you can order four free COVID-19 home tests and have them shipped to your door is now live and available. Starting today, January 18, you can visit a new federally run website, COVIDtests.gov, and book rapid at-home COVID-19 tests for free. The United States Postal Service …

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Asians made huge strides at the 2021 Oscars. This group wants to make sure it wasn’t a blip.

At last year’s Oscars, Chloé Zhao became the first woman of color to win Best Director and Youn Yuh-jung became the first South Korean artist to win an Oscar for acting, two landmarks for Asian representation at the Oscars. They were part of a welcome and long overdue increase in …

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Filmmaker Gus Van Sant first saw the Mona Lisa when he was 11 years old. Sixty years later, she is the inspiration for his paintings

In 1963, 11-year-old Gus Van Sant traveled from Connecticut to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with his painter grandmother to see the Mona Lisa during his tour of New York. They waited outside the museum in the freezing cold, then faced the rushing crowd to catch a glimpse of the …

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Tickets available for the 2022 Sundance Virtual Film Festival

printable versionEmail the page to a friendPDF version CHICAGO – As announced earlier in the month, the 2022 Sundance Film Festival has moved from a hybrid (online and in-person) to a strictly virtual festival from January 20-30. For all information, including tickets and ticket packages, click SUNDANCE 2022. For 2022 …

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California company to pay $1.5 million for illegally obtaining financial data from millions of consumers

A Santa Monica company that allegedly tricked millions of consumers into providing sensitive information under the guise of connecting them with lenders will pay $1.5 million in civil penalties imposed by the Federal Trade Commission. ITMedia Solutions LLC, which specializes in lead generation, will also face restrictions on its sale …

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10 indie games expected in 2022

It’s understandable that big Triple-A gaming experiences tend to dominate pre-release publicity and hype, but there are plenty of smaller, indie games coming out in 2022 that players should be excited about, too. These games may lack the budget of most major developer releases, but indie games no longer lag …

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The worst things he’s done for movie roles

Many of the worst things Nicholas Cage did for movie roles shows just how ready the veteran performer is to commit to a role. To date, the Front/Off The actor has starred in over 100 movies, ranging from comedy to action to drama. Even though his famous uncle, director Francis …

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Netflix is ​​making a documentary series about professional tennis players

Tennis fans will soon get a new behind-the-scenes look at some of their favorite professional players. Netflix has announced a new documentary series that will follow some of the best tennis players in the world and give viewers a fresh look at a year in their career. The series is …

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Four million payday and home loan customers from Provident, Greenwood and Satsuma must request repayments NOW

MORE than four million payday and home loan customers are being asked to request any repayments that may be owed to them. If you were mis-sold a loan by Provident, Greenwood, or Satsuma, you might be in line for compensation, even if you’ve already paid it back. 1 Provident, Greenwood …

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Where have we seen the stars of Belfast before?

Caitriona Balfe Instantly recognizable to Outlander fans, Caitríona Balfe plays the time-traveling Claire Fraser in Starz’ historical drama. While traversing periods of history, Claire falls head over heels (literally) in love with rugged highland warrior Jamie Fraser and finds herself embroiled in various hairy situations, including the bloody Jacobite Rising. …

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‘Bravo’ for a South Asian girl – Times News Online

Published on January 14, 2022 at 9:03 p.m. Anjali is a girl who is not afraid to take on challenges. She won’t let them stop her from achieving her goals. She looks a lot like Sheetal Sheth, author of the picture books that started with “Always Anjali” and the second …

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Past laurels – The island

By Punya Heendeniya The time was in the mid-sixties. The period of transition from ocean travel to air travel. No cell phones and the kids read storybooks and play board games with the adults and sit down to dinner together. No phone lines to rural areas. The electricity has just …

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Film industry executives weigh pros and cons of attending Berlin

Berlin’s Martin Gropius Bau building won’t be bustling with the frenetic dealings of the European film market, but the global film industry is still considering trips to Germany for an in-person Berlinale. Sales companies with a film at the festival, which runs February 10-16, largely plan to show up, and …

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Leon Dai-Starring “Tomorrow is Long” is filming in Taiwan

Production is underway in Taiwan for the multinational arthouse film “Tomorrow is long” whose stars are acclaimed Leon Dai. The confinement and claustrophobia of city life have long been recurring themes in Asian cinema, from Wong Kar-wai and Fruit Chan in Hong Kong to Ho Wi Ding in Taiwan. Another …

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Woodbridge woman plans wedding as COVID delays cancer surgery

Breadcrumb Links Toronto and the GTA Cassandra Dimaria (right), 30, from Woodbridge, is seen here with her cousin Vanessa Pilieci (left). Photo by Fourni Content of the article Against all odds, Cassandra Dimaria remains calm and understanding. Advertising This ad has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Content …

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Sight, Sound & Story: Live Presents “Behind the Lens: Shooting the Western Film” on January 27

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the western with the acclaimed DPs of ‘The Harder They Fall’ and ‘Old Henry’ NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, Jan. 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Manhattan Edit Workshop’s ‘Sight, Sound & Story: Live’ monthly online event series continues on Jan. 27 ‘Behind the …

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Megan Fox fans react claiming she and Machine Gun Kelly ‘drank each other’s blood’ after getting engaged

Megan Fox fans are reacting to the actor saying she and Machine Gun Kelly “drank each other’s blood” after getting engaged. Fox shared a video in which the rapper, real name Colson Baker, proposed to the actor under the banyan tree where they started their relationship two years ago. “We …

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Denzel Washington plans to return to acting in Antoine Fuqua’s ‘The Equalizer 3’

After a cutting-edge performance and a tender directorial debut, Denzel Washington seems eager to once again open up another brutal box of criminal screaming. According to a report by Collider, the illustrious actor is ready to make his return to action films with Equalizer 3. The report draws details from …

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Bo-Katan Spinoff Series Starring Katee Sackhoff Is Coming to Disney+

Hello everyone, your friendly neighborhood, Professor Hulk, here. I’m about to give up some knowledge about exciting things in the world of film and television. Last week, we shared details about Q’ira’s return with you. This week, we’re talking about Bo-Katan. We only learned that Katee SackhoffBo-Katan will receive a …

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The future of FinTech in 2022

Financial institutions are looking for new ways to generate income while providing more personalized customer service. Financial Technology or Fintech is a great solution that can help them do both. Fintech companies make it easier for people to monitor their investments, save money by analyzing their spending habits, and find …

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“You must have missed that one, right?” “

Jennifer Lawrence is one of the biggest Hollywood stars in the world. She entered the limelight with her Oscar nominated performance in Winter bone. However, critics and the public have not swooned over his plans. Lawrence has publicly stated that she is embarrassed to star in any particular horror movie. …

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Adobe: Keep it real with the filmmaker, educator and co-founder of the Don Mua festival

Stay real with filmmaker, educator and co-founder of the Don Muña festival Where I’m from: Don Muña Natural splendor is part of the daily life of Guam-based filmmaker and educator Don Muña, who co-founded the Guam International Film Festival (GIFF) 10 years ago with his brother Kel. Here, tropical breezes …

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No Name Cinema Offers Eclectic Screenings in Santa Fe | Business

A new movie theater is in town, showing movies from all eras that most people probably haven’t heard of, especially in the area of ​​experimental, avant-garde and local repertoire films. Owner Justin Rhody describes it as a microcinema and calls his “project” No Name Cinema, located in a warehouse at …

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The Hitman’s Bodyguard director Patrick Hughes launches Australian film company

Hughes and McLean (who produced red hill) trace their friendship back to 2001, when as student filmmakers they met at the same St Kilda bar on New Years Eve with just $ 5 to their name. Loading Over the beer they could each afford before returning home, they swore they …

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Residents ‘Freeze, Face Homelessness’ After Energy Bills Triple

Manchester residents found themselves ‘frozen or homeless’ after their energy supplier raised prices by 300%. The hugely inflated bills hit people living in a building in New Islington, central Manchester, after their former supplier CNG Energy took office in November. All residents of the building must use the same boiler …

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Pennsylvania man sets fire to his house, blows up music in driveway

“Beautiful, isn’t it?” “ A man from Pennsylvania decided to make the vacation his own way. And by his own way, we intentionally mean setting his own house on fire. Police have released details of the bizarre incident that occurred on December 3 in Hollidaysburg, Pa. When authorities arrived at …

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“Zero” was not a failure but a lesson learned

MUMBAI: Filmmaker Aanand L. Rai is known to have collaborated with several superstars including Dhanush, Akshay Kumar, Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, while continuing to experiment with his storytelling instead of following the commercial film formula of Bollywood. In a conversation with IANS, Aanand explains why he …

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Flickerfest’s rainbow shorts program is back

Rainbow shorts. Image: flickerfest.com.au Flickerfest, the annual competitive international short film festival, is back for its 31st year, at Bondi Beach in Sydney. “Come watch a bunch of movies about us, together” For the fifth year in a row, the festival will feature a selection of LGBTQI short films – …

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Why Chicago Med’s Crockett Looks So Familiar

In the years leading up to his role in “Chicago Med”, Rains appeared in numerous independent feature films: the family fantasy film “AXL” in 2018, “Marjoun and the Flying Scarf” of 2019, “The Romance of 2019” Draupadi Unleashed “and Amazon Prime original” Takes From the Loop “, where he recorded …

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Rooney Mara to play Audrey Hepburn in Biopic – The Hollywood Reporter

Rooney Mara is set to star and produce in a biopic of legendary Oscar-winning actress Audrey Hepburn, which will be directed by Call me by your name the filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, Hollywood journalist confirmed. The prestige project is set up at Apple Studios, another blow to the tech giant’s fledgling …

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Sundance cancels in-person film festival due to wave of viruses

NEW YORK (AP) – Just two weeks before being held in Park City, Utah, the Sundance Film Festival is canceling its festival in person and reverting to a fully virtual edition due to the current wave of coronavirus. Festival organizers announced on Wednesday that the festival will begin as scheduled …

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Anti-Electrostatic Films Market Size, Trends, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – the Anti-Electrostatic Films Market is thoroughly researched in the report, primarily focusing on the major players and their business tactics, geographic expansion, market segments, competitive landscape, manufacturing, and price and cost structure. Each section of the study is specially prepared to examine key aspects of …

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Alex Russell shows off ripped abs as SWAT star covers Men’s Health cover

Australian SWAT star Alex Russell shows off ripped abs as he covers the cover of Men’s Health magazine By D. Lawrance for Daily Mail Australia Posted: 05:23 GMT, January 4, 2022 | Update: 05:23 GMT, January 4, 2022 Alex Russell is fast becoming one of Australia’s hardest-working Hollywood exports. And …

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“Three Minutes: A Stretch” examines Jewish life before the Nazi invasion

AMSTERDAM – Glenn kurtz found the film reel in the corner of her parents’ closet in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in 2009. It was in a dented aluminum box. The Florida heat and humidity had almost solidified the celluloid into a mass “like a hockey puck,” Kurtz said. But someone …

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Transparent Conductive Films Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Transparent Conductive Films Market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Transparent Conductive Films report shows the …

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Best of LGBTQ LA Readers’ Choice Award 2022 finalists vote

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF), presented annually by Visual Communications (VC), announced this week as the first series of films to be screened as part of the 37th annual Festival, which will be a hybrid event taking place virtually and in person at select …

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An exciting year for PH Cinéma

The Columnist at the 70th Berlinale 2020. The columnist at one of the Berlin Co-Production Market 2020 meetings. While many of us welcome the New Year with a list of resolutions, let me start this year with a different kind of list. As we look to the future with hope, …

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